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From "Mamta Satoor" <msat...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Regarding DERBY-2750
Date Mon, 11 Jun 2007 18:19:25 GMT

I haven't had time to look through all your mail but here is quick response
of 2 of the items.

Test 1c) is covered in the GrantRevokeDDLTest.java and 1b) SYNONYM part is
getting tested in synonym.sql.

It's great that you are not literally just converting the test but in fact
also trying to add missing test cases. That always helps with product
quality so please go ahead and add what seems to be missing.


On 6/8/07, Ravinder Reddy <pandiri@students.iiit.ac.in> wrote:
>        hi,
>                I am Exploring lang/declareGlobalTempTableJava.java for
> converting into junit.
> I)      I think It misses some tests
>         a) If a Statement that performs an insert , update or delete to
> the temporary table
>            encounter an error , all the rows of the table are deleted.
>                        "There is no test for this"
>         b) CREATE TRIGGER and CREATE SYNONYM not allowed on SESSION schema
> tables.
>           (including phisical tables).
>                        "There is no test for this"
>                The tests relating to the TRIGGER are commented.what does
> it mean.?
>             Does it mean that TRIGGERS are allowed on SESSION schema
> tables(now).?
>            If not why they are commented.?
>         c) Temporary Tables can't be specified in REVOKE and GRANT
> Statements.
>                        "There is no test for this"
>         d)Importing into temporary tables and caching statements that
> reference SESSION schema
>          tables also don't have tests.
>        Should I include the tests in my fixture are just convert the old
> tests.
> II)     There are some positive and negative tests for the DECLARE GLOBAL
>        statement.I think some of these are Sysnctic tests as opposed to
> behaviour tests
>        (that we concern about).
>                Can somebody justify the inclusion of these tests in
> testcases.?
>         Eg: There is a test for
>        I think this is slearly a syntax error and compiler will report it.
> III)       In the process of converting this class to junit , As a first
> step, I listed all
>        the tests that I planned to write.It turned out to be a huge
> number(50-60).
>           Can a test fixture include these many(around 60) tests.Will we
> there be
>         any performance degradations if all these tets are executed as one
> suite.?
>                                Thank U
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>                                                   - Ravinder Reddy
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